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Mew VOCALOID3


This article is about the Mew software for the VOCALOID3 engine.

HistoryEdit

Mew is a female VOCALOID based on the singer Miu Sakamoto. Mew featured on the CD "THE VOCALOIDS." A demo of her song, called "LINE," (by Yuyoyuppe) can be previewed on the official site [1]

When the (Japanese) Yamaha VOCALOID website was updated, it was revealed that Mew was due to be released as a bundled package with the VOCALOID3 software as a starter option, alongside VY1 who was being released separately under the same bundle. Mew is also sold alone without the software.

Her boxart was revealed on September 13, 2011.[2]

Mew was made available to purchase by pre-order on the official VOCALOID site. This was on September 30, 2011, making her, SeeU, Gumi Extend, and VY1v3 the very first VOCALOIDs of the 3rd generation.

Mew "Second Edition"Edit

Mew was one of several products, being re-released in 2013 under "SE" edition. The updated version will host 3 new job plug-ins for the VOCALOID3 engine, as well as the latest version of "VOCALOID3' and VOCALOID3 Lite. For users who already own the original vocal, there is no need for a second purchase as aside from a software package update. All the newly added bonus content in the SE addition is available for download from the VOCALOID website.

The original version of Mew was discontinued from sale on April 20th, 2013.[3]

Mac UpdateEdit

In 2013, a Mac version of Mew called "Mew NEO" was released. This used the new VOCALOID NEO engine to work on Mac computers.

Product InformationEdit

DemonstrationsEdit

Demonstrations

Line YouTube
こんなアタシDOでShow!? (Konna Atashi DO de Show!?) Niconico
effanineffable Niconico YouTube
ONE YouTube
"Demo Song" (NEO) YouTube
icoro Niconico

RecommendedEdit

  • OS: Windows 7 (32/64bit) / 8 (32/64bit) / Vista (32bit) / XP (32bit)
    • Works with 32bit compatibility mode on Windows 7 in (WOW64), and 64bit version of Windows 8.
  • CPU: Celeron Dual Core 2.1 GHz or more.
  • RAM: 1GB or more.
  • Others: In order to perform DVD-ROM drive / sound device / activation process, requires a computer to be connected to the internet environment.

Voicebank LibrariesEdit

Product Information
Optimum
  Tempo: 65 ~ 150BPM  Range: G2 ~ G4
Package details
This vocal was designed to be a faithful recreation of her vocal provider Sakamoto Miu.

Her package also comes with addition VSQ, .WAV and MP3 files for songs from Dixie Flatline and ONE.

Vocal traits as noted:
  • Users say that her voice is very versatile and that it can be tuned to different tones to fit the user's taste and song choices.
  • Mew's voice is very smooth and clear, producing good professional singing results that is useful for both professionals and amateurs. This is not always a focus of the product, as seen by other VOCALOIDs.
  • Her voice can be hard to handle at times unless manipulated by an experienced or professional VOCALOID user.
Phonetic notes as noted:
  • Her consonants are strong and her vowels are powerful, allowing her to change pitch suddenly and with ease.
  • Her consonants sometimes overpower the rest of the data.
Voicebank sample

Mew VOCALOID3

Mew - Solfege


ReferencesEdit

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